BSA study finds that software contributes considerably more value to
national economies if it is properly licensed than it does
if it is pirated.
The first-ever report to track year-over-year change in the international policy landscape for cloud computing shows that cloud readiness is improving, if unevenly.
How a new wave of trade protectionism is spreading through the world’s fastest-growing IT markets — and what to do about it.
Emerging markets drove the commercial value of software theft to a new record $63 billion in 2011.
Competitive Advantage: The Economic Impact of Properly Licensed Software
2013 BSA Global Cloud Computing Scorecard
BSA Market Access Report: Lockout
BSA Global Software Piracy Study: Shadow Market
Following a milestone decision by the US District Court of Maryland, BSA | The Software Alliance today commended the sentencing of Baltimore resident Naveed Sheikh to 87 months in federal prison for reproducing and distributing more than 1,000 commercial software programs from seven BSA member companies, including Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Bentley Systems, Microsoft, Symantec, Rosetta Stone, and TechSmith Corporation.
BSA today welcomed a commitment by the White House Task Force on High-Tech Patent Issues to work with Congress on legislation to curb abusive litigation by patent assertion entities (PAEs).
BSA, the leading global advocate for the software industry, today announced a settlement with IT solutions company CityNet to settle alleged legal claims that it had unlicensed copies of Adobe, Microsoft, and Symantec software installed on its computers.
Legal software contributes an average of three times more value to national economies than pirated software.
The first-ever report to track year-over-year change in the international policy landscape for cloud computing shows uneven progress.
The commercial value of software theft rose to a record $63 billion in 2011.
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